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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - December 25, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana
O tile Kokomo saturday Tribune december 2.3, isso. Kokomo Tribune. Saturday dec. 25, t88o. This week s contributors. W. J. Lawfton. Ii. H. To a atm. Mary a. Cornelius. Marion Bode. Coh h Haj. Written for the Tribune. The turek Sisters. I. Jun is Hanus Trail i Apt along 1 and totalled the Granny fall and fair the <1 Twy morning in Ira i my song. The Lark la Tore me sprang in air Aud All the sea of Clover Loon ic>1 in Ltd up its tides of Hwy it Jar Fuith. Ii. I saw three Maidens sit apart and coyly watch my Cross the Mead a Juno time passion tilled my heart and winged Moon with Gayer Sokn min a wine warm wish that in me sprang Kiel thrilled the very song i Sang in. J Sang and All the Happy tone was love in every ire More sound of bursting buds of Crimson june l is love that makes the world go a round and of tis love and still will be As e or the Moon shall draw the sea in. I Sang and singing gather a nigh the stooping monies Maidens three. It pleased me Well that though so shy their sidelong glances heeded me and i Hilt they heard and understood for Wanton june was in my by. V. J spake to them in Gallant phrase it icy raised their facies deathly wan arid fixed me with Aston gaze and with their silent fingers spilt a tangled web whose meshes wound Uke serpents writhing on the ground. Ideas of the faints of natural history. Of the Wolf will be alive too along with even if they Are communicated through the rest a a go on Mamma go on a cried Don impatiently. A ooh dear a said Mamma a what shall i say Mamma laughed. A Paul a she said if you Don t Stop making fun of our stories we Shane to give you a free ticket written for the f. Tribune. Johnm e Wells a Christmas Story. From on one i powerful push from the pursued who in shading Johnnie a on %. 0f was Rushing breathlessly through Side they were hugged it p when her pursuer overtook her and Clover on the other y ref l ministering one of his most forcible Tasse led Corn. B rom his place of ref us her sprawling in the Lane. Uge the forlorn fugitive be p m Jer cries brought to her Aid Peter by e l Oace or Plav j still trembling but with at Young irishman orking near the there was no in re. Faction in his anxious Eye. _ hat ii j an a a for poor Johnnie Wells. He was in me j. ,. ,. To our entertainments any More. J us a Wjk Ovva a of a Bla tempered to i she should not find me until i get Able spot who with some difficulty rescued just then the Gate opened and Don. A it in appear j to walk ? he said to himself As he be j her and conveyed he to the neat on the Way die met a Wolf a Wick do by tramp who had forgotten All about his bump i entry incapable of a. By a. A Fox and hungry a a tramp. Ray a of to Tel a a a hat he we of i let win an wf10 had a a now where Are you going my a eel child a said lie a Spray rest Here a moment under thin tree a a Job. No sir a nhe a Aid a i must run on my Way my grandma is ill and expects me to Day the cake in my Basket and Hom a and pie i must Bike for her dinner so please sir now t his made the Wolf feel hungrier yet. A and where does she live my Sweet Little pet a a ooh under the Hill where the two Crossings meet a and Oft i lure he ran with hurrying feet. Now the Wolf Laid a scheme in his wicked old eat up Little red Riding hoods grand-1 Phan a brutal blow while he yet wept Mother after ail a v the flier of his father a woman who love. Or me Kei to Ond it he a a offs return to Hor Homo a i astr which he a Marion Brook. A a written for the Tri urns Oli letters. I old letters reminders of the Long ago 1 knew but too Well How to bind on j wine j Young and helpless shoulders the Gall i make. My Yoke of unmitigated servitude. This crammed with apples surreptitiously woman did not believe in total Degrav spirited away at divers and sundry fax Ity. Her step son did. Indeed this Oracle periods. It had been a difficult one doctrine embraced about All of the j matter for him to accumulate any other practical knowledge of theology which i food As every Mouthful he ate was in possessed. It a bitter Herb. But counted. By the most consummate when the fleeting years bore away Many j Suc 1 food prematurely sharpened the it skill he had Only been Able to husband a glorious throng of Happy dreamt. J faculties 01 the friendless orphan As a hard biscuit and a few fragments of these old letters As i peruse them will be seen by his subsequent career bread these were done Quot up in his recollection i although johnnies proud nature j bundle anti the precious Roll committed daily rebelled against the injustice with to the keeping of a Friendly knot. So j which he was treated vet. The last absorbing was his suspense that he surrounds their memory which is too words of his father a my son. Be Obedi Felt no disposition to break his fast j precious to be forgotten. Ent to your Mother and help her All during the Forenoon Lut Lay with his prudish persons say we should a ides j can on the farm set a St a1 upon Bright Eves peeping out like squirrels d i the door through which he longed to j from under the Fence j Troy old letters always never keep con Way was a a Mac e had had the forethought to i climbing the Fence on the Way to her his pockets were laterally Houe at the Twilight hour. When a i with apples surreptitiously voice soft and Low As la an events again to night As tender them they make terrible he ult Lak Hood re words re it i Kitling Hood Saki. J drops a tear Lor the past while a Halo a nah has he exclaimed a a in a Lucky to Day the House i shall know and Iti Mhz ii find the Way. Thom goo 11 cd she Cai Ries in a eager to Munch with a plump Little girl to finish the with that off he ran As Swift As a Deer and he got to the House e or the poor child wok near. He gave a soft Knock a he stood by the thatch. Iran Fry cried a pull the Bobbin and lift up the Latch a he pulled so the Bobbin the door opened wide wit h a howl he sprang into grandmother s Side. Escape. However there came a time mischief j when he no longer Felt bound to Bow sometimes by falling into the wrong i his neck to the oppressor when Indig maybe they do sometimes but my old letters Are not of that kind nation Over mastered every other feeling and he fled from blows and Revil Ings from rags scanty fare and in make j ceasing toil. Dainty it was a fair Cool Moonlight night. About mid Day just As he began to feel some sense of Security and slightly to relax his vigilance an ominous rustling in the Corn arrested ins attention. Stealthy Steps were next heard voice soil and Tow As ii an evening Breeze had spoken arrested his attention. He paused perched on the top of the Fence High above johnnies head. And looked a of n i and above him in the darkening air. Seeing nothing he sprang to the ground and found at his feet that which had caused his Irish heart to quake with the fear of haunting wraiths. A Howly Init her. An is it yer self. Johnnie. Dear that might be Cabin to me and is it yer self that was hid away under the to Nee a Quot Don t speak so loud Peter she May hear is it yer stip Mither yes a ooh and spake of a a yes Peter she a awful bad to me and i want to run a thin whatever snit be Back Here to approaching and johnnies eyes open be worried out of your senses by that and his heart beats 5�?� de wider than Ever almost suffocated him. Ii Jacent woman a a a a hush Peter. A Mamma Mamma a cried Don. Whose a i ii 1 it n 1 or i in to i it uis a Lair Cool Moonlight night i almost suffocated him. Hut lie was of hush i Der she ii hear you. I trouble will they. I his ear t y weeks after his fathers death i soon vastly relieved by the appearance did t come Back. I sprained my annul Gilt edged Sheet which i take plucky Little fellow might have i of a dissatisfied venturesome Young Kle and i Haven t got away yet a said from its aged looking envelope on i seen letting himself Down with a Hen. We Lio had had the temerity to turn j Johnnie in a half whisper. The House her Back upon a Row of soft lined nests j a murther alive an How Long have was lows and he reached the ground j expressly prepared for herself and her j be been after hic in yer self Here without 1m j j irom its aged looking envelope on j which the glaring awkwardly placed i hts attic window eyes had been growing bigger cod postmark almost hides the address a Browner during the last few lines this innocent looking paper we Ith its Del a Don t let the old Wolf eat her up i cat Ely traced lines of the Date of de Don t want the old Wolf to eat grand j member i860, school girls letter i. Of youth in rash Anil love is Sweet a and exportation our Suh on hut who eau Sprod when a round his flt it the Iii slips of Tho fates an drawn and who ran sing with airy Grace Ami look the Sisters in the Tao ? a a. S. Taylor. Dayton ivy., pee. 9, i so. A a a a written for the Tri Bine. A old Story with a new ending. I Mother up i we Ich dwells so glowingly on the sex but tile Good Wood Man has t got Pec a j Gay ties of the approaching hol i there yet said Mamma and poor i a Jay this letter make trouble and grandmother is not Strong enough to j Jere Are others in the same hand writ kill him herself. J Tang which speak of the Bliss we then an t she set a trap for him nor any j promised ourselves the Joys which thing said Don the tears beginning were awaiting us in the near future the to gather in his eyes. J great things w hich we intended to a mania thought a minute. A i think Compi ish. Of life was wondrous fair noise or Accident. He had i feathered companions and was in the j a never since last night. You see i previously done up and let Dow n a act of stealing a March upon the person j can to walk at All Peter. Hark i heard bundle which contained All his earthly who had been in the habit of a proper j possessions. This he now quickly rating her eggs without her consent j a be Aisy boy she wont be after swung Over his shoulder and darted off after a minute examination of a num Lye any More just at present. Old through a Field of Corn in tile direction j Ber of out of the Way nooks and Cor Rammer paid his respects to her this of a Friendly Farmer with whom he ners such As would have commended afternoon and she is entirely Over hoped to obtain Protection and assist themselves to the w Wisdom of her grand come with the Honor and can to Lave the Ance. Every Rustle of the Long leafed j mothers although rather forbidding to House and in a going to milk her Corn but quickened his flying feet j a More advanced cultivated taste the j a Peter Tell me All about old rare j thus to the end of the Field he Pur-1 vain Young creature finally came to a Mer and All about everything a said sued his Way without once looking halt in order to Survey More critically Johnnie eagerly. I Back. A High rail Fence w hich divided i an imposing Hill of Corn in close prox j a a invade and invade i will As soon As this Field from some Meadows land was j Ini Ity to johnnies hiding place. I Bree j Iver i get through wid the chores. Ill in j the first impediment which arrested his i tall stalks Rose from the Mound like come and Fitch be Iii me arms As tinder i know How to fix him a she said. Then i to us when yet the a a world a Broad Field j Steps. This Quot obstruction he had often j slender Emerald columns each Orna As a Swa Eheart to me own she began again i of b Ittie Lay spread out before our in cleared at a glad bound w Hen in the rented with a Fine growth of Silken that night Johnnie slept in the same poor grandmother screamed and Clung to her turf a .n.hndutinii, slavs of his to father a indulgent Rule he j Tasse led ears. And draped with Long bed at the hous chair j captured vision. How enthusiastically it j Jia j 0btained permission to visit tile Graceful leaves. In fact it we As a Struc while lace grew White As her thin Silver j we vowed that a each to Morrow should Friend whom he now sought. He could i Tare of nature we Ell calculated to Capri hair. Find us farther than to Day along the calculate to a certainty the distance vate the imagination and control the a a done to kill me done to kill me a in horror Macj Tjit be acts to a that is fr00 j Anc and he knew the exact amount of mus j judgment of a Gay Young Hen bound to a Quot a Cie required to land him in tile narrow i throw Oft the restraints of civilization. For the Little ones. The Days had grown Short and the children a hour came earlier than it used to that hour just in the Edge of the evening when it Wras too dark for Mamma to sew and not dark enough for the lamps to be lighted. That was the time the children liked for then Mamma was always free to Tell a Story while Paul sometimes condescended to a play la ear a and even papa endured the noise in the thought that bed thine was so near. Don was a restless Little fellow just five years old a fidgety five a Mamma called it and his sister Daffy was a Bright haired Little girl just big enough to help him in his plays. Somehow to night in the midst of the frolic Don bumped his head. It was an unlucky Little head the chairs and tables were always running against it and though it looked As round As an Apple you would have thought from the number of bumps it got that it had As Many Corners Aso in of done a alphabet blocks. As usual there was a great cry and Mamma ran to help Don up. After two or three great sobs he the cried. M then the Wolfe laughed aloud a till he Hook his lean Side. Vor a fancy like this in his cruel mind came Why should i break my fast on this withered of Dame ill wait till i be dined on that Rosy Young in when suppertime comes i ii b. Read Lur this. Rea Ltd Tjiema Over i recall those Days a i won of you la lend me your kerchief and when life became All brighter and More while i get into bed and take a Short Nap. Beautiful and so full of love because lust step in the parlor and in lock the door j10pe beckoned winningly and Whis so you won t he disturbed if i happen to snore Perez softly of the Blissful happiness of j a life As the wife of one around whose fair and Worth winning. I Fogt path which his frequent Peregrin j slyly she peeped and with Tricky Steps i Here Are several of these letters nations had worn on the other Side i pressed her Way into a ii tie triangular written with All the glowing Fervour a but As he had never been permitted to spot of ground Between the stalks and glad Young heart that had Learned Noth leave the grounds since the eventful from that cozy Retreat resolved to c. Day which made Nim an orphan the old bring Forth her first Brood of Little my of the sad lessons which came later Lani Mark halt a become almost entirely chips As a prelude i i life to almost every Rene and in i 1. I la a. J \ a. A a a in life to almost every one it s rent not a meal that in a la a a King for now a he said while lie laughed and made alow Bow. Now grandmother saw by the look in Hiscoc if she did not consent she must certainly die. So she untied her Cap strings with trembling hands and shaking with terror obeyed his commands. Then the Wolf pulled the night Cap Dow n on to his head. Tile kerchief he tied and he crept into bed. Pretty soon Little hiding Hood came to the door and she gave a soft Knock As the Wolf had before. Tile Wolf chuckled lows a my game i shall then he cried a pull the Bobbin and lift up the in i minded the child with a Bright smiling face but suddenly stopped As in fear of the place a ooh grandmother grandmother what great eyes a she cried starting Back in her fear and Surprise. Gasped out a Why done to you kiss the i a the better 10 with.�?T1�?Tsaid he with a Grin i ii. Ham a. A i a a done to be afraid love walk right place and make it Weill Mamma kiss j a ooh grandmother grandmother what a de a Little red spot on done a forehead and As that did no Good kissed the Little Brown head carefully All Over. Then As the pain did not Stop she began to sing a there is a Happy land a and a hold the All at once Don exclaimed a Mamma i know what will cure my head Sint about Little red Riding a my dear a said Mamma a i done to know any tune to a then make a tune a said Don. A but in a afraid tile words fit the tune a said Mamma. A then make the words Over a said Don. Great ear Quot Manly form clustered her fairest dreams. Other letters there Are All brimming Over with love and happiness us Ritten after she became his Bride and then one in a strange hand which tells me that she my Dearest school girl Friend is gone that she has w Ritten the last letter spoken the last fond word. That death called for Nellie and she a passed from sight to the unseen shores of die better land a and a a life a Sunshine has grown strangely dark for the husband so sadly bereft. Destroy those dear old letters a no. Here is another bundle All of them we Ritten in a larger bolder hand. 7he paper has grown yellow with age and wrinkled like Parchment the Ink is faded to a Dull Brown but the Penman ship is familiar looking As when Tiey we Ere just received from the mail. As i read the pages Over and catch again a that s All the better you know child to i the inspiration of the Days when Tley a. I i. I. Hear a a but of Grandmamma your Mouth is so wide a a a then ill eat you the quicker Quot he savagely cried and he sprang from the bed with his Teeth gleaming White. While Hod hiding Hood fell to the floor in a fright. But just then old Hugh the Woodman passed by were penned the past appears but As yesterday and i recall the Well renumbered features the manner and est scially tile untamed ambition of by school mate and class mate and i remember that As a fitting Cognomen for his ambitious mind we called by i recall that when in the evil War our country called for defend ers our Caesar was one of the Firstin he heard the Wolf howl and the Little girl cry. Our Community to Volunteer his Seri. I Ces and the letters before me Are Daed do a 8praug a in Camp near Corinth a Caup and the Wolf in a moment Lay stretched on Andrew Jackson near Chattanooga the floor various other places through the for he got such a blow on the top of his head j South. This one tells of Camp life Quot lid that the mean old fellow dropped Down quite j what it is to go a soldiering otters dead. Describe the appearance of portion of Mamma was afraid her rhyme bag i then High lifted the child he had saved from Ahe country after one or the of Herr was empty but Don did no to believe it. A Uch harm u a i a _ l i i and soon she got Over her dreadful alarm. Besides the pain wits very Baa Anil Don was sure that nothing else would help it. So Mamma began in a Little j trotting tune that ran up and Down 1 without Many changes once there was a Little girl name Silhi hiding Hood and her Graml Mother lived in the Edge of a Wood. One a it the Little girl went to see the old lady and sin went through the Woods because it was Shady. On the Way she met a Wolfe a wicket old fellow Ina great shaggy Twat which was All red and yellow. At this Point Paul who was done a big Cousin interrupted the Singer and remarked that he must be a very Peculiar Wolf if he was a fall red and a the was a said Mamma very Peculiar and she kissed the it Good Woodman again and again while grandmother called him the Dearest of men. For at grandmother s Call he had unlock the dior and they All were most Happy and thankful once More. Both armies had been there camping foraging and b sides being wonderfully ambitious and As i obliterated by the resurrection of Thrifty stalks of White Clover. No longer trampled upon these Sweet scented blossoms had Arisen in countless numbers and perfumed All the air. But the boy at that moment was not in a condition to note the change and he was Over the Fence and where the path should have been in As Short a space of time As perhaps he had Ever before consumed in performing the feat. It is often in moments of Assurance that fickle Fortune withdraws her smiles. Thus the Luau assured leap Johnnie gave for Freedom ended in a sprained ankle and a severe paroxysm of pain whenever he attempted to walk. His vision of escape from trouble began suddenly to fade. He could Only Bobbie on one foot and it was All in vain for him to attempt to put any great distance Between himself and his Stepmother before Daybreak. These bitter reflections caused the poor boy to sink upon the ground in Black despair. He buried his face in the Sweet scented Clover and groaned aloud. No human ear heard his cry but suddenly it occurred to him that perhaps his voice had betrayed him. He raised himself upon his Elbow and listened attentively for a moment. All was quiet in the direction of the House and he Drew a sigh of Relief. A what if i should be caught at last a he said to himself and goaded by the thought he made one More desperate Effort to proceed on his Way. His face grew deadly Pale and his features were contracted with agony. He Sank Down fainting. When at length he returned to consciousness and a full realization of his condition he began to seriously consider what his probable Fate would be when he should again be in the Power of his enraged step Mother. In imagination he j passed through every conceivable torture which he believed her capable of inflicting on his helpless body never doubting that in a few hours she would pounce upon him and drag him Forth to punishment toward morning worn out with pain he fell into a troubled sleep. He dreamed that he was groping in a horrid Dungeon Damp and dark where he could find no door by which to escape when he Felt the gentle pressure of his dead mothers hand upon his own. She led him Forth to which she very privately deposited her first egg. So Lar All was Well. But the inevitable cackle followed and with All the ardor of her race she flew Forth unwittingly voc iterating her most cherished secret. Be of the latter who As he stretched his tired limbs beside the injured boy remarked Quot i Hope Johnnie yell be a Fine gentleman some Day and come Back in a Carriage of yer own and pint out your stip Mither to the scorn of the whole Johnnie was silent. A May be be intend to take the farm away from that Baste of a woman. Be know be can do it if be Woike Whin be come of age for two thirds of it will belong to be according to Johnnie made no answer. A i expect yes re thinking of putting her in jail if be can a continued Peter inquiringly. I la get even with her a said Johnnie As Peter paused for a reply in the evolutions a v.n.1. A Ivy nun Edilh ins ii Ceis Anu in Laci indulge he was the most recklessly Brave to i into list it and Liberty kissed him and sorts of Boyish extravagances Ever knew. He was not afraid of a j was gone. J midst of his boisterous a from this dream a booming sound Sharp spasm of pain in one of his ele which curdled the very blood in his rated Ankles unpleasantly reminded mooted for Gallant conduct i on veins awoke him. It was the voice of him that there were yet difficulties to a or forget How proud his widow his Stepmother roaring out his name in be overcome. Johnnie longed to wring her noisy neck for lie Well knew from past experience that on the first intimation of a what will be be after doing to her what had taken place his Thrifty step i thin a said Peter in an impatient tone Mother would be on her track. Nor j a Eye done tinting to murther her do yes was he mistaken those impudent a a in be got a plan to come it Over her notes reached her ears just As she was better than that about starting on a visit to a neighbors a Tell it thin be sly the or finding some clue to her a Peter did you Ever have a Mother step songs whereabouts. As the Dis of your own a Tance across the Fields was consider a a invade is. They born children in Bly less than by the Road she had de Ireland entirely As they do in America cities to take the same route by which Ivery son of pm has a Johnnie had attempted to escape the a do you remember your Mother night previous. By this Means the sin Peter a of the guilty Hen was All the More cer a a invade no she died Whin i was an mainly established and the celerity with infant Pace be to her which she reached the spot and clawed 1 a Well Peter i remember my Mother up the innocent egg brought a renew and Many of the things which she de sense of insecurity to the trembling taught me. She often said we should Little fellow under the Fence. Indeed return Good for evil and if one of my he could scarcely suppress a cry of Ter schoolmates ill treated me and i ror when with Long amazonian strides threatened to him Back she would she planted her feet close to his shrink say a of you him Back my son ing body. Being a Large Fleshy woman him in now when i and no More inclined to venturesome my step Mother Back for her unkind pranks Titan an elephant she mounted Ness i want to do it in a Way that i the substantial Bottom rail just above think would please my own Mother johnnies head with commendable and i Hope i shall find you Here when caution. From thence she gradually i come Back to do it provided i get ascended to the top of the Fence and be away Gan letting herself Down on the other j a Faith and ill see that be Are out of Side amid a cracking of timbers that the Power of that monster before Many was perfectly appalling to Johnnie and Days a replied Peter not particularly calculated to have a Prue to his word Peter provided soothing effect upon her own excited Johnnie with the Means of defraying nerves. Having reached the ground his expenses to a Remote railway stain safety she soon became aware that a i Tion where a Distant relative resided part of the skirt of her dress was was under whose Protection he placed ing above her head having been himself. Caught in her descent by some Long Many years afterwards when Peter fingered mischievous splinters. Here was sitting by his lonely fireside on a was another draft upon her limited Stormy Christmas eve., a stranger gain time. Impatient of delay she pulled j de admittance at his door that Strang and jerked and wriggled this Way and j or a Young Man of Fine appearance that and at last Tore Loose adjusted her was Johnnie Wells. He had returned disordered garments and puffing with to the neighbourhood As he said a to the exertion marched rapidly on. J his step Mother from Peter he no sooner was she out of sight than Learned that mrs. Wells had been for Johnnie crawled out of his hiding place some time an invalid and that she and transported with Delight rolled j was burdened with debt. But with All Over and Oyer upon the Clover. He her troubles Johnnie managed to make shouted clapped his hands kicked up the next Day the happiest Christmas of his heels and in fact indulged in All her life. A mar v a. Cornelius. J a that s a pretty Good Story a said Don i drawing a Long breath of Relief. A a in a glad the bad Wolf did no to get grand i i a it s a Little queer a said Paul a that she was supposed to be dead for so Long a a ooh not at All a said Mamma a you see a newspaper Man came along just As Hugh killed the Wolf and seeing nothing of grandmother but her Cap it and kerchief he naturally supposed that the poor old lady had been killed and tiling and Only laughed at danger and we were All glad for him when he its j promoted for Gallant conduct. Never forget How proud his we Usu is Sie Potner roaring out his name in be overcome. Sobered but not Dis Mother was when one Day her by i a perfect tempest of passion. The hour i courage he spent the remainder of the who had gone away a private Cate i usually a a a j Home after two years a a first Lieut passin ant a he made but a Brief visit so Ait i the ious was he to return and win Nice vanished. It was evident from her time he kept a Sharp Lookout for the his step Mother. But mrs. As providentially prevented returning the Way she went. A a horned old sheep known As old presently there came a pause in the j Rammer whose butting proclivities storm and Johnnie heard a vigorous were something wonderful was a a my natural history does t describe eaten. Little red Riding Hood her any of that kind persisted 1�?Taul, look self was supposed to be dead for some ing very sarcastic. Time. But it was All a a perhaps your natural history forgot to mention the sort dial talk with children in our language a returned Mamma. A Well said Paul with dignity a i do think that children ought to get Correct his letters not yet. Anti Here a others penned by fingers which now crumbling to dust in the Silet grave. Put them away again let the rest in peace. Sometime when a hour of sadness of loneliness Creel around me and i sigh for the Mem or it of other Days 1 11 bring them before in again and once the of it i 1uhg dining of tin pails in the Vicinity of the Centle nibbling away at a Patch of red Hon. S. H. Yoder s position. A representative Man s opinion on other than political matters is often of great use to his constituency. The Hon. A h. Yoder of Globe Mills pa., has thus recorded his opinion on a of popular interest. I have no St. Jacobs of for the last year. I have never heard a person speak of it except As a splendid Medicine and As the great specific for rheumatic affection whether inflammatory acute or chronic swellings sores sprains Burns wounds Etc. I sell More St. Jacobs Oil than of any inno other kind of liniment and it gives pre a Corner seated itself. Tossing his Horny head of the Zigzag Fence that innocent cause and shaking his lated j a a in a glad Hugh killed the Wolf said ship Don and when in a a Man Lii kill him Mav de old letters Good Bye. I of Timber was of uncommon Width and i i Pace tack away carefully close the ii i thickness and was studded with knots i in no a xau turn the he Ream is flow j which had evidently been respected by u Nee Killme will do said Mamma. Phe present demands sterner task the Workman in order to give strength i Don t know about that said Paul f than Day dreaming. Again Good by and permanency to the j a i guess by the time that Don Speaks j _ by a Columbia. Permanency to the Structure. These protuberances were of great assistance dangers to Iron workers. Pittsburgh evening chronicle. R. Sterbrook amp sons City foundry Boston mass., speak Point As follows two or three a men got Burnt in working. Near by which being a rude Ponder they were however immediately Ous affair held firmly at its place with cured by using that valuable remedy a Stone weight at the end like a ship St. Jacobs Oil. All our men Are highly to its moorings required a special it i pleased with it and we shall always fort to open. A leisurely swing on its recommend it to those afflicted with creaking hinges was the result of a pains or rheumatism
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